SHIBUYA SKY SOUVENIR SHOP

2019.12.30

Directly connected to Shibuya Station and set in Shibuya Scramble Square, Shibuya’s new landmark, Shibuya’s first observation facility “SHIBUYA SKY” has two floors on the 45th and 46th floors of “Japan / Tokyo / Shibuya” A shop where you can experience culture and lifestyle.

A wide range of limited items and collaboration items will be developed for visitors to Japan as well as domestic tourists and residents in the Tokyo metropolitan area to rediscover the charm of Shibuya. There is also a photo counter where you can purchase commemorative photos taken on the observation floor.

■Store overview

・SHIBUYA SKY SOUVENIR SHOP
・Business hours: Scheduled from 9:00 to 23:00 * Same as the observation facility “SHIBUYA SKY”
・Location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya Scramble Square 45th and 46th floors
・WEB: https://www.shibuya-scramble-square.com/en/

■Items (partial)

SHIBUYA Snow Dome ¥ 2,500 (excluding tax)
Petit Girl SHIBUYA Original ¥ 1,000 (excluding tax)
Shibuya Tenugui ¥ 1,500 (excluding tax)
Shibuya Fukin ¥ 500 (excluding tax)

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